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We are a contract based EMG testing company. Electromyography, or EMG, is paired with nerve conduction studies, NCV, to evaluate the integrity of the peripheral nervous system and how it interacts with the muscles. We provide in-house services on a referral basis.
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Mark Simmons PT, DPT, ECS, CKTP

Physical Therapist

Contact Information

Cell: 334.224.1239

Office: 334.318.9023

Fax: 334.323.5632

mark@emgsolutions.biz

209 Mullis Creek, Pike Road, AL, 36064

Employment History

EMG SOLUTIONS
Full time performance of NCV/EMG testing (Sept 2012 – Present)


CENTRAL ARKANSAS VETERANS HEALTHCARE SYSTEM
Outpatient Physical Therapist (Dec 2010 – August 2012)
Outpatient PT duties
Coverage of inpatient rehab and acute care settings


 

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ARKANSAS
Prosector/Team Leader (July 2008 – December 2008)
Prepared cadavers for dissection
Liaison from professors to the prosector team
Designed schedules for cleaning and drop off/pick up of cadavers
Assisted in the designation of dissections to the team


THERAPY REHABILITATION SOLUTIONS
Physical Therapy Technician (August 2004 – May 2007)
Acute and Outpatient settings
Performed clinical modalities, gait training with appropriate assistive devices, carried out therapeutic exercise programs

Professional Associations

American Physical Therapy Association

American Congress of Electromyography 

American Heart Association

Education

Doctor of Science: Clinical Electrophysiology
Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, Provo, UT
Graduation Date: Anticipated Summer 2017

Doctorate of Physical Therapy
University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR

Bachelor of Science in Health Science
University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR

Presentations

ENMG for the Orthopedic Surgeon – 2013-2015
Annual Fellowship Program – Hughston Foundation
Columbus, GA        

Continuing Education

Specialist Certification: Clinical Electromyography – June 2015
American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties


Intermediate ENMG Training Program – November 2013
Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
This continuing education program is designed to meet the scholarly and clinical needs of the intermediate and advanced electromyographer by offering expanded study in the skills of electrophysiologic testing and knowledge of neurophysiology, pathology, and pathophysiology.


Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner – February 2012
Fundamental & Advanced Kinesio Taping (KT1 & KT2) Advanced Kinesio Taping (KT3)
CKTP Certification demonstrates your recognized skill in the Kinesio Taping® Method and assures patients that you are skilled in the evaluation and assessment of Kinesio Tape application.


Basic ENMG Training Program – August 2011; January 2012
Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
This continuing education training program in basic electroneuromyography (ENMG) offers study at the beginning and intermediate levels of electrophysiologic testing and knowledge of neurophysiology, pathology and pathophysiology.

Conferences and Conventions

APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Nashville, TN
February 2008


APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Las Vegas, NV
February 2009


APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego, CA
February 2010


23rd Annual ENMG Symposium, RMUoHP, Provo, UT
September 2012


24th Annual ENMG Symposium, RMUoHP, Provo, UT
April 2013


25th Annual ENMG Symposium, RMUoHP, Provo, UT
March 2014


26th Annual ENMG Symposium, RMUoHP, Provo, UT
March 2015


27th Annual ENMG Symposium, RMUoHP, Provo, UT
March 2016

Presentations

Surface Anatomy and Nerve Innervation of the Sinus Tarsi: Cadaver Study
Hao Liu, Steve Forbush, Wen Wang, Mark Simmons
Physical Therapy Department of University of North Texas Health Science Center, Fort Worth, Texas
Physical Therapy Department of University of Central Arkansas, Conway, Arkansas
Poster Presentation APTA Combined Sections Meeting